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August 15, 2006

Accidental deaths of 2 college presidents raise issues of communication, management and succession.

August 15, 2006

Distance education program at Chattanooga State Technical Community College reaches for a new constituency: truckers.

August 15, 2006

Under new Ohio law, some public universities require new professors to sign statement about possible links to terrorist groups.

August 15, 2006

Fearing a conservative backlash, Utah Valley State College trustees tell professors to revamp new course requirement.

August 15, 2006

EEOC charges that a college repeatedly rejected a successful part-timer in favor of younger applicants for a full-time slot.

August 15, 2006

As expected in recent months, the Pentagon has pulled back from a series of proposals -- under fire from academic groups and others -- that would have put severe restrictions on the work of foreign scientists in some laboratoriese at American universities. Administration officials, after initially saying the rules were necessary, have been backtracking on them amid the criticism.

August 14, 2006

Kermit L. Hall, president of the State University of New York at Albany, was killed in a swimming accident in South Carolina on Sunday. The Island Packet reported that Hall was pronounced dead at a hospital in Hilton Head after being found 75-100 yards offshore. Hall became president at Albany in February 2005, after serving as president of Utah State University and provost of North Carolina State University.


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